To this day one of my all time favorite flash rhythm games, even greater than SCGMD4, which is an amazing accomplishment in my book. I'm still hoping with all my heart the developer is considering making DJManiax 2, as I would play that game to death.
For those of you actually curious how quickly you can win, the quickest combination to win takes 22 turns. You'd need to get 3, 6, 6, 6, 6, 4, 5, 6, 6, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 6, 5, 3, 1, 6, 5, 6, 6, in that order. The quickest way to die takes 3 turns.
A nice addition would be a statistics page to see how well we're doing, such as average daily profit, amount of modules bought/upgraded, how many items produced on average each day, how much donated to city and to where. That sort of thing.
Thanks so much for creating a game like this. I've always been interesting on working on my own game, but haven't found a good place to start, and classes are difficult to find that don't treat you completely stupid. Thanks again for creating such a well made game.
Thoroughly enjoyed this game. Despite a few problems (insane lag spikes between chapters) I still had a lot of fun and enjoyed the cheesy, but lovable quality of a phoenix wright type game. The story was phenomenal, and the puzzles, albeit a bit simple (Most problems can be solved by questioning everything (just like real life)). I still had a lot of fun and can't wait to see what else is in store. 5/5
I have a great idea for a sequel. Itembox Hero, basically plays the same except you get parts of items of stuff, so the better the item the more parts you need, (i.e. pistol would need 3 parts, while the machine gun would need like 30) and if you want to make money, you could sell the items or parts for money for more parts or items.
To all of the people who are saying Dave is actually a ghost or that the main character is crazy, there is proof in the game that he actually exists. During the mission with Patrick in which you must figure out who gave him the threatening letter, you must look through the paper from the English class and one of the papers is Dave's proving he must have gone to class and actually does exist.